We won against Ruan-Toonagh on the 16th of June in Cusack Park, having defeated O’Callaghan Mills-Kilkishen in the semi-finals. It was a challenging game but we defeated Ruan-Toonagh by nine points. The end score was 4-13 to 2-9. It was such a fun day and we are especially proud because it has been seven years since Knockanean boys were last hurling champions.
By Micheál Kelly, Harry Leahy, Patrick McInerney & Liam Barry
On 30th May 6th class went to Lahinch to Ben’s Surf School. First, we got changed into wetsuits, got our boards and went down to the beach. It was low tide so we had lots of beach. Before we went into the water we learned the basics of surfing on the beach. We learned where to place our feet and our arms and then went into the water and practised all that. When we came out we learned how to stand up on the board. We then went back out again and tried to stand up while on the board on the water. Most of us found it really difficult. When we finished we brought the boards back up and had our lunch. We then had some free time to go around the shops. After that, we relaxed for a while on the rocks and then left for home. We had an unreal day!
On May 31st we went to Derg Isle Adventure centre. When we get there we got changed. Firstly we went to the obstacle course area. We had to go through tyres, over wooden poles, climb over nets, and jump over and under barriers. After the obstacle course, we did team games, where we had to work in teams of about 8 to solve puzzles and complete tasks. We then put on lifejackets and went kayaking. When we were kayaking the man on the speedboat started to make waves which meant it was more difficult for us and more fun for us. We were able to get out of the kayaks and float on the water. In between the obstacle course and the kayaking we had our lunch. Some people also chose to do stand-up paddling. We had a really good day!